Gorgeous diva Aditi Rao Hydari believes that all the women in the film industry should stand up and take responsibility, if they want to see a real change in society.
"Men have a responsibility towards women and that's essential and the need of the hour... But so do we, women have an equal responsibility too if we really want change," Aditi tweeted on Tuesday.
Men have a responsibility towards women and that’s essential and the need of the hour...But so do we, women have an equal responsibility too if we really want change... 🙏🏻 https://t.co/yHEqdmgrIE— Aditi Rao Hydari (@aditiraohydari) May 1, 2018
Aditi's post came in response to producer Tanuj Garg's tweet.
The honorable #metoo campaign by the lovely @rosemcgowan is getting misused by some women for personal benefit.Belated, mischievous & unproven defamatory rants masquerading as #Womanempowerment,have spoilt it for the genuine victims of harassment.#meeshashafi #alizafar #pakistan— TANUJ GARG (@tanuj_garg) May 1, 2018
"The honourable #Metoo campaign by the lovely Rose McGowan is getting misused by some women for personal benefit. Belated, mischievous and unproven defamatory rants masquerading as woman empowerment, have spoilt it for the genuine victims of harassment. #MeeshaShafi #AliZafar #Pakistan."
McGowan had also started the #MeToo hash tag to raise awareness about sexual harassment. It soon became a movement with people from all quarters coming forward to share their experience of sexual assault.
There is a growing list of people coming out in the open to talk about sexual advances by big names like Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, James Toback, Ben Affleck, Brett Ratner and Dustin Hoffman.
Pakistani actress-model-singer Meesha Shafi also accused actor Ali Zafar of sexual harassment, a claim he has denied
(With IANS inputs)